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Procter & Gamble Wants 20 Percent Of Hired Trucks Running On Natural Gas In North America

June 27, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Procter & Gamble said it plans to convert up to 20 percent of its North American truck shipments to natural gas vehicles within two years from July 2013. By working with eight transportation carriers to meet this goal, will realize savings for the converted lanes and cut greenhouse gas emissions by almost 5,000 metric tons. During the initial phase of the initiative, seven percent of P&G’s for-hire transportation in North America will be converted to natural gas powered trucks. This will enable the company to use the trucks on routes that are much longer than the average route for the dedicated fleet model, while supporting the expansion of public natural gas refueling stations.
"P&G to Convert 20 Percent of Its For-Hire Truck Loads to Natural Gas", Procter & Gamble, June 27, 2013, © Procter & Gamble
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